Plans submitted to revamp Open Market in Brighton

Posted On 19 Dec 2010 at 9:24 pm

The planning application to revamp the Open Market in Marshalls Row and Francis Street in Brighton has been submitted.

The application is for a partly covered market with 44 permanent stalls, 12 workshops, eight loading bays and a central square.

It also includes 87 flats in three blocks with five car ports and cycle parking.

The site will also include offices, a meeting room and public toilets as well as new-look entrance canopies and gates to the entrances in Marshalls Row and Ditchling Road.

The proposal includes plans for a temporary market in Francis Street car park while building work takes place.

Brighton and Hove City Council Planning Committee is expected to consider the plans in the new year.

  1. Mr Smith Reply

    the revamp .. WOwwo its open .. but look at this image.. http://www.ethicalproperty.co.uk/images/content/28_Market-View-3.jpg this feature is so so lacking in thought its a visual eyesore i guess and a bad bit of thinking why could this not have been incorporated in to the wall i know the roof needs support but NOt restricting the entrance..

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